Posts tagged with: #militaryfaith

Hillary brings us this week’s Worship Wednesday about how trusting our Good Good Father helps us embrace healthy discomfort when we are pruned from the vine of the familiar. Healthy Discomfort: Pruned From the Vine by Hillary Baggett A miracle...
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It is my pleasure to share Jennifer’s wise words about making God the center of our work for this week’s Worship Wednesday post… Making God the Center of Our Work by Jennifer Wake Hi Ho Hi Ho It’s Off to...
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I’m excited to share this insightful post from Kristin Goodrich containing 4 Steps to Make Hard Work Easier. 4 Steps to Make Hard Work Easier! Let’s Git ‘er Done! by Kristin Goodrich ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR THE WORK PARTY?!...
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In this week’s Worship Wednesday, Hillary Baggett shares how God has been teaching her to look into the light in military life, even when darkness seems to settle over you. Look Into the Light in Military Life by Hillary Baggett...
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In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Jessica prays this short and powerful prayer for us to find the time to pray. Flourishing in our prayer lives requires us to make time to pray. A Prayer for Time to Pray by Jessica...
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In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary prays for us to flourish in prayer by keeping our eyes on the Lord. Praying to Flourish in Prayer by Keeping our Eyes on the Lord by Hillary Baggett Lord, when we lift our...
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In this weeks Monday Minute, Muriel shares with us 3 Secrets she has discovered to praying without ceasing. The visual she uses for her prayer circles is so helpful for remembering the importance of our prayers. How to Keep on...
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The Bible tells us God is worthy of our praise. But what do we do when our life struggles make it hard to worship? When Life Struggles Make it Hard to Worship by April Dingle “This is the day that...
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I don’t regret the life I’ve chosen. Not at all. In 18 moves, we have been within easy driving distance of our extended family only twice. That’s actually a pretty extravagant blessing compared to many who could not boast the...
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by Jennifer Wake Waiting Alone When I was a little girl, I did not dream of my wedding; I just knew I would marry someday. Through high school and college, I had lots of friends but I did not date much....
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